Saturday, October 18, 2014

G. Edward Griffin, James Turk, & Christopher Duane

October 16th, 2014

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G. Edward Griffin, James Turk, & Christopher Duane
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James Turk Summary:


•A global currency bubble insures that gold will climb the proverbial "wall of worry" in 2014.
•Although US equities continue to attract momentum capital, eventually the bubble with pop, directing sizable funds into the PMs sector.
•The standoff in Ukraine represents a new economic cold war, further eroding dollar hegemony.
•The precious metals asset class remains the core of sound / healthy investment portfolios, an essential lifeboat for every household.
•Hidden inflation makes savings account yields unattractive.
•Investors are encouraged to ignore market volatility and focus efforts instead on dollar cost averaging into PMs investments.
G. Edward Griffin Summary:

•Global currencies are rapidly declining in purchasing power.
•An overview of the secrets behind the international banking system, follows.
•The greenback will be replaced by a North American currency, modeled after the Euro, termed the Amero (American-Euro).
•Contingency plans are required to survive and prosper, including gold and silver assets, as well as basic necessities as paper money reaches it's intrinsic value: $0, as foretold by Voltaire 300 years earlier.
•Although gold investors will survive the impending economic maelstrom, most of society will be forced into financial bondage.
Christopher Duane Summary:

• Expect a US dollar default - the demise of the entire economic edifice is imminent.
• The PTB are aware that the global economic system is imploding, as evidenced by bail-in legislation added to virtually every nation.
•A European financial regulator forced the end of the 117 year silver price fix, yet another nail in the coffin of precious metals market manipulation and another reason to dollar cost average into silver bullion, Christopher's favorite metal.

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Friday, October 10, 2014

Peter Schiff & David Gurwitz

October 10th, 2014

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Peter Schiff and David Gurwitz
Peter Schiff Summary:
  • The Fed must continue the liquidity cycle, investors should prepare for QE 5 - there's no exit strategy, which could ultimately end badly for the greenback.
  • The remarkable 5 year stock market rally is already rolling over, before the current QE operations are complete, virtually guaranteeing another round.
  • Although volatility will remain high, even if the yellow metal first drops to $1,000, the fundamental case for $5,000 is rock solid.
  • The nascent housing market rebound is in jeopardy, as sellers are required to add seemingly endless perquisites to move inventory.
  • The latest house flippers were hedge funds and institutions, that used Fed QE to accumulate cheap McMansions.
  • The massive housing inventory could crush the sector, pushing prices lower than in 2009, causing a new housing / banking crises, circa 2008-200, making gold the investment du jour.
David Gurwitz Summary:
  • Nenner Research expects $2,500 gold.
  • Charles Nenner's and David Gurwitz's models indicate that the precious metals sector is nearing an important bottom, as soon as next week.
  • Gold and silver investors are poised to benefit under inflation or deflation, either scenario is a win / win opportunity.
  • Crude oil should soon find a floor and rally sharply to $120 per barrel (WTIC).

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